Week 1: The Basics of Taking a Really Good Picture
July 25-29, 2016
August 22-26, 2016
9:00am – 1:00pm daily
Ages 13 – 17, Beginner – Intermediate
Requirement: DSLR Camera, No Photography or Design Experience Required
Week 2: Going from a Good Photo to a Great Photo
August 1 – 5, 2016, 9:00am – 1:00pm daily
Ages 13 – 17, Intermediate – Advanced
Requirements: Laptop, DSLR Camera
Princeton Photo Workshop’s Summer Photo Camp gives enthusiastic young photographers the opportunity to practice the fundamentals of digital photography while exploring their creative expression and enjoyment of photography.
Working with their own DSLR cameras, teens receive personalized, field-based and class instruction on how to improve their photography. In the classroom and on location, our experienced instructors and professional photographers explain the use of light, composition and camera settings. Like real professional photographers, we will shoot outdoors and in a professional studio set-up, exploring lighting options and composition techniques while giving each camper lots of personal attention. In Week 2, campers engage in hands-on work, learning to organize and enhance their images using Adobe Lightroom® and Adobe Photoshop®.